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This is a product for those who had the same problem with the VHS tapes :

Time Saver

Enjoy.

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:tazz:

Recently a friend's child received some audio cassette tapes as a birthday gift. They wondered what kind of CD player would required to play them. They had never seen a tape player, and didn't know they existed! ;)

May not be long before the venerable VHS meets the same fate. We only have one VHS player in the house, and that's part of a DVD combo player. We use a DVR (Replay TV) to record over-the-air broadcasts, and DVD players to watch movies.
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:tazz:


May not be long before the venerable VHS meets the same fate. We only have one VHS player in the house, and that's part of a DVD combo player. We use a DVR (Replay TV) to record over-the-air broadcasts, and DVD players to watch movies.

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I hope it will be some time before VHS is obsolete. The CD/DVD format "wars" may put a lot of users' media out of date unless they hang onto the old players. Seems they want to change the formats again and I don't think they intend to make them backward compatible.

Thought the DVD product was a great example of what you can find on the Internet.

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Yes, High-Definition programing will mean the end of DVD. There are competing formats, but it sounds like "blu-ray" will be the likely winner. Everything I've read leads me to believe it will be backward compatible.
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Page Not Found!What's wrong?
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Try the main page: http://www.dvdrewinder.com/






Edited by SpywareDr, 20 December 2010 - 04:10 AM.

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This thread is closing in on 6 years old, that's what's wrong!
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Oh man, how am I supposed to buy a new DVD rewinder when my current one breaks?!?:D
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nothing like necroposting in a gag thread to lighten the mood
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